September 30, 2006

Hey, go buy a record...

by Chris Randall
 

Since Diamond Dave is planning to have my Creative Commons license revoked (!?!) I better release everything now! In that light, my latest as Micronaut is now available at shopPOSI. Pick up a copy, and you'll be enabling my snobby gear habit. Digital only release, $6.00 a throw.


Note that if you want an audio demonstration of Audio Damage products, there's no better way than to pick this album up. Other than the Eclipse and the usual Waves limiting products, every effect on this album came out of our shop.

 
 
 

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Oct.01.2006 @ 9:27 PM
StudioPortamnto
I like eclipse especially. It has a nice kinda basic channel flavor.
 
 

 
Oct.01.2006 @ 10:08 PM
RexRhino
Chris:
What I couldn't do myself (not for the 10 or 20 CDs I had sold on MP3.com), was to run my own web store, set up a credit card ordering system, and print and label the CD and handle shipping in a highly efficent way. Sure, mp3.com's old DAM CD system wasn't all that... but for people who aren't making a living on music who want to make it easy for someone to buy a CD, it was very useful.

But as for digital downloads, there are stores, such as detroitdigitalvinyl.com, that offer full CD quality uncompressed wave file downloads (they also offer 320kbs and 190kbs for slightly less, respectively). If most online music stores would consider full CD quality files (with no DRM), I would probably purchase a lot more music online.

 
 

 
Oct.01.2006 @ 10:58 PM
Dave McAnally
the tradeoff for quality vs. convenience for an MP3 verse just about any other medium is undeniable. I was vehemently opposed to owning an ipod for the first couple years they were out. But once I bought one, I hardly ever buy a CD anymore. Of course my lifestyle has changed dramatically since then (I spend a lot more time on a bike or jogging somewhere, and an ipod beats a discman anyday for that).

I can still tell the difference in MP3 vs. CD quality, but its not like cassettes vs. CD's or anything

 
 

 
Oct.01.2006 @ 11:26 PM
Wade Alin
Dave, I have to tell you - I just had a fit of laughter over your recent username change ; )

W

 
 

 
Oct.01.2006 @ 11:48 PM
Chris Randall
Dave didn't do that himself. It was an inside job. He just woke up one day to find he had a new username.

I didn't do it; I'm fairly certain it was Mr. Beeson, but I haven't asked him about it.

-CR

 
 

 
Oct.02.2006 @ 12:03 AM
Dave McAnally
Doesn't matter which cyberbully it was. You are risking losing your Creative Commons License for this blatant disgracing of the entire nation of Belize .....city.

Lovely...wonder if enough of the SMG peeps are in on the joke...or if they think I'm some secret huge early Van Halen fan haha

 
 

 
Oct.02.2006 @ 12:05 AM
Wade Alin
>>Dave didn't do that himself

fuck, that makes it even better!

W

 
 

 
Oct.02.2006 @ 12:13 AM
Dave McAnally
I figured I'd add 103 on the back. Never know...might inspire some new comedy cos you know, IT'S TRADEMARKED DUDE!!
 
 

 
Oct.02.2006 @ 12:56 AM
Downpressor
"But you can't play a record in your car."
you used to be able to do that link [ookworld.com/hii.htm...]">link [ookworld.com]

And here I am thinking of building a trailer of speakers and a turntable for my bicycle...

 
 

 
Oct.02.2006 @ 2:00 AM
space_monkey
personally, I like apple lossless a lot. My ipod plays it, so it's not incomvenient if I don't insist on having my entire cd collection with me all the time. I also have no trouble ripping all my cd's onto a harddisk in lossless. Yes, I know it's bigger than mp3's. If itunes would sell lossless files instread of mp3's I might actually buy music from them. Anyway, maybe I'll get the album and see how it sounds.
 
 

 
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